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The Intolerance of Tolerance

  Tolerance, one of America’s noblest virtues, has been so distorted it’s become a vice.             There is one word that can stop a follower of Christ in his tracks as he seeks to “give an account for the hope” that is in him. That word is “tolerance.”  Tolerant people do not “force” their personal views on others.  They are impartial, non-judgmental, and neutral.  Each person is permitted to decide for himself.  No “forcing” personal views.

Solid Ground | Apologetics | Greg Koukl | January 1, 2006

When Compromising Is Not a Compromise

        Eight years ago an election-year slogan circulated among Christians that sparked considerable controversy:  "It's a sin to vote for Clinton."  The same slogan returned with vigor four years later.       This year’s election slogan is different.  Bill Clinton is not on the ballot and his successor, Al Gore, offers little enticement to Evangelicals.  Something else is at stake, though, captured in a new slogan:  “It’s wrong to vote for anyone who is not consistently pro-life.”

Solid Ground | Apologetics | Greg Koukl | September 1, 2000

Take a Tip from Lt. Columbo

      Have you ever taken a verbal beating when trying to talk about Jesus? If so, I’ve got a tip for you.  It’s the simplest tactic imaginable to help stop a challenger in his tracks, turn the tables, and put you back in the driver’s seat.  And it can be done almost effortlessly.  Here’s an example.

Solid Ground | Apologetics | Greg Koukl | November 1, 1999

Arguing Is a Virtue

        Imagine living in a world in which you couldn't separate truth from error.  You wouldn't be able to tell food from poison, or friend from foe.  You couldn't tell good from bad, right from wrong, healthy from unhealthy, or safe from unsafe.  Such a world would be a dangerous place.  You wouldn't survive long.

Solid Ground | Apologetics | Greg Koukl | May 1, 1999

Relativism Interview with Summit Ministries

  How do Christians answer the present spirit of the age, currently the most insidious challenge to Christianity:  relativism?     The following discussion is adapted from an interview with Summit Ministries, Manitou Springs Colorado, July 1998.  Summit is a Christian educational organization training young people in Christian worldview leadership.   Summit Ministries:  What exactly is moral relativism?  

Solid Ground | Apologetics | Greg Koukl | September 1, 1998